Figs. 4a,b. Pavilions, pagodas, and other Chinese- style structures were popular in Europe during the 1800s. This folly is inspired by the famous Chinese House at Stowe Landscape Gardens in Buckinghamshire, England.
Entrance Drive pond, to an ornate Chinese Pavilion (figs. 4a,b) nestled in the front corner of the Galleries Building, to an imposing Gothic Tower (figs. 5a,b) on Oak Hill with a vista toward the Brandywine. Rounding out the new, temporary structures, you’ll be delighted by an elegant Neoclassical Folly modeled after the entrance to a Greek temple; the Mirror Folly, inspired by the porte cochère at the Winterthur Train Station, whose overall mirrored surface will reflect the seasonal changes in the surrounding garden; an exotic
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